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‘This Land’: America’s beauty in photographs

Photographer Jack Spencer traversed the country for over a decade, capturing darkness and beauty.

Photographer Matt McClain documents tribute artists, fans, and fanatics on the 40th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death in Memphis and Tupelo.

More than two dozen men fly their own flocks of pigeons in this tough East Jerusalem neighborhood.

NOOR photographer Nina Berman edits the work of her colleague Tanya Habjouqa.

A photographer’s deep dive into public pools.

  • Gregg Segal
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  • Aug 10
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Public pools project. (Gregg Segal)

Calla Kessler's photographs of a D.C. match, both in and outside the ring.

  • Calla Kessler
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  • Sports
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  • Aug 9
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WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 15: A boxer paces in the ring during a match at the Sphinx Club at Almas Temple on July 15, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

An immersion photographer has spent much of the past two years with the Wayuu.

From Carbondale to Snowmass, photographer Matt McClain visited small-town rodeos in Colorado and documented a piece of the West.

From 1977 to 1980, Jim Jocoy photographed the San Francisco punk scene, from the stage to the bathroom stalls.

(Jim Jocoy/Courtesy Casemore Kirkeby Gallery, San Francisco & TBW Books)

Photographer Muyi Xiao tags along on a trip with a man and his fake girlfriend in China.

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